prokerala.com 05 May, 2021 05:30 am

Was unedifying to watch IPL when people were dying

It was "distasteful" and "unpleasant" watching the Indian Premier League (IPL) taking place amid a raging second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in India, said former England captain Nasser Hussain."It has been unedifying ...

Hussain said that the tournament should have been held in the United Arab Emirates, like it was last year." Hussain said that the players would have been aware of what was going on in the country and there was no choice but to call of the tournament after the positive cases.And they would have been uncomfortable," said Hussain.New Delhi, May 5 : It was "distasteful" and "unpleasant" watching the Indian Premier League (IPL) taking place amid a raging second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in India, said former England captain Nasser Hussain.

"There was no option other than to call off the Indian Premier League.Six months ago they held an IPL in the United Arab Emirates and it went brilliantly.

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